Test Bank For A Wellness Way of Life 11th Edition by Gwen Robbins

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Test Bank For A Wellness Way of Life 11th Edition by Gwen Robbins

Chapter 03 Developing and Assessing Physical Fitness

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Reports indicate that the average American’s weight
A. is increasing.
B. is decreasing.
C. is remaining the same.
D. is similar to Americans fifty years ago.
E. has not been researched.


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Topic: The Importance of Exercise

2. Which of the following is NOT considered a hypokinetic condition?
A. coronary heart disease
B. osteoporosis
C. pneumonia
D. obesity
E. diabetes


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3. Findings of several studies show that the physical fitness levels of American youth are
A. increasing.
B. decreasing.
C. remaining the same.
D. similar to their parents.
E. equal to European children.


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4. Which of the following statements is TRUE concerning health benefits from physical activity?
A. Physical activity must be in a single session to be beneficial.
B. Include 30 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic exercise 5 days a week for health.
C. Adding daily physical activity impacts health statistics for disease but not for cancer or other health conditions.
D. Adults over age 65 should avoid physical activity.
E. Shopping, mopping, and taking out trash count as moderate physical activity.


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5. We know that four behaviors account for 78% of the risk of chronic disease. Which of these can cut risk of premature death in half?
A. not using tobacco
B. eating a healthy diet
C. exercising most days of the week
D. not abusing alcohol
E. All four behaviors must be implemented to cut the risk of premature death in half.


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6. Increasing levels of obesity are related to inactivity as the average American now spends more than half of the day
A. sitting.
B. eating.
C. sleeping.
D. online.
E. texting.


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7. To attain the health benefits from physical activity, the emphasis should be on exercise of _________ intensity.
A. moderate
B. intense
C. leisurely
D. punishing
E. maximum


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8. A minimum of _________ minutes per day of vigorously intense aerobic exercise is recommended for health benefits.
A. 10
B. 20
C. 40
D. 60
E. 90


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9. Exercise for Americans over 65 years of age should include aerobic activity, strengthening, flexibility, and
A. agility training.
B. coordination.
C. sport-specific skills.
D. power drills.
E. balance.


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10. ACSM recommends a minimum of __________ minutes per day of moderate-intensity exercise for health.
A. 10
B. 15
C. 30
D. 60
E. 90


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11. For health-related fitness, the ACSM recommends doing 8-10 strength training exercises _________ days per week.
A. two
B. three
C. four
D. five
E. six


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12. In a landmark study of physical fitness and longevity, Dr. Stephen Blair found that the greatest reduction in risk of death occurred between the _________ levels of fitness.
A. low and medium
B. medium and high
C. high and extremely high


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13. An example of a vigorous level of moderate of activity is
A. fishing.
B. washing and waxing the car.
C. gardening.
D. dancing fast.
E. washing windows.


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14. For balanced fitness, cardiorespiratory exercises should be supplemented with 8-10 __________-developing exercises 2-3 times per week.
A. strength
B. agility
C. speed
D. coordination
E. flexibility


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15. A health-related fitness component is
A. flexibility.
B. agility.
C. speed.
D. coordination.
E. All of these are health-related fitness components.


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Topic: The Health-Related Components of Fitness

16. Which of the following fitness components is performance-related?
A. speed
B. power
C. agility
D. reaction time
E. All of these are performance-related fitness components.


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17. The most important health-related component of physical fitness is
A. body composition.
B. cardiorespiratory endurance.
C. muscular strength.
D. muscular endurance.
E. flexibility.


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18. What is the term for the capacity of a muscle to exert a repeated force against resistance?
A. muscular overload
B. muscular endurance
C. muscular strength
D. muscular hypertrophy
E. muscular duration


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19. The key to progressive overload is to increase exercise time by no more than __________ percent per week.
A. 10
B. 15
C. 30
D. 50
E. 60


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Topic: The Principles of Fitness Development

20. The 1.5-mile run test measures
A. muscular strength.
B. muscular endurance.
C. flexibility.
D. cardiorespiratory endurance.
E. body composition.

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